The process of admission (issue of application form, scrutiny of candidate and documents, acceptance of fees) starts 3 weeks before the commencement of each session. The applicant can choose a session as per convenience, and the possible time-slot is confirmed at the time of admission. Admission to regular courses is open to all candidates between the age group 14-35, having academic qualifications of class VIII and above, and with knowledge of English. Students may learn multiple modules at a time, but must meet the prerequisites as mentioned in Table-1. Students are allowed to join a course of a higher level even if they did not clear the exams of the previous module or have secured 'D' grade, but a student has to appear for an entrance test and secure at least 40% marks to get such admission. Students with equivalent training from any other institute may also seek direct admission into higher modules. However, they too have to clear the entrance test before getting admission. Admission is given after verifying the eligibility of the candidate on a first come, first served basis till class commencement day, provided seats are available. Seat is confirmed by acceptance of fees (non-refundable and non-transferable). In exceptional cases, if someone has to cancel his/her admission before the class commencement day, a refund may be permitted by the appropriate authority. Prevalent service tax and a minimum clerical charge of ₹ 100 has to be deducted before such refund, on the basis of the merit of the case. All payments can be done in cash or digitally on a POS machine.
Classes are held 5 days a week (Mon - Fri) for about 90 minutes per day. Additional classes are taken on Saturdays as and when required. Students for each course are divided into several batches. Each batch has a minimum of 10 students and a maximum of 24 students. Batches are sometimes combined for theory classes. Alternate theory and practical classes are conducted by competent teachers and lab instructors. Usually there is one instructor for each 10-12 students in practical classes. Each student gets a detailed syllabus for each day's training. Each student is made to do some mandatory self-practice in the practice lab under teacher's observation. Apart from precise and systematic academic curricula, trainees of the Institute get opportunities to be equipped with typing skills as well as soft skills. All encouragement and guidance are provided for personality development. They are also provided emotional and career counselling as and when available. Course material is provided to Beginner, Intermediate, DTP and Tally Students. Students of other courses get some readymade study materials and have to obtain the rest by themselves. The library and other sources are kept ready for facilitating the preparation of study material by the students. There is a special facility in the form of additional labs for extra practice. Lab assistants provide necessary help to the users. To avail this facility, students have to recharge the practice card as required and reserve their time through booking for a specific time-slot of the day.